Talk to the adjuster. The adjuster will ask you specific questions about the crash like the date, time of day it happened, how many cars were involved, the extent of injuries (if any), and more. Be sure to provide factual, honest information.
Write down the claim number that you are given. In all subsequent phone calls, emails, and letters regarding your crash, the adjuster will use the claim number to access all of the documents related to your crash.
Now that the claim with your own insurance company has been set up, a separate insurance claim needs to be established with the at-fault driver’s insurance company. Although it is likely that the at-fault driver has already contacted his or her own insurance carrier about the crash, that is not always the case. We have seen instances when, for whatever reason, the at-fault driver does not contact his or her own insurance company to report an accident. When that happens, some of our clients are not comfortable contacting the “other guy’s” insurance company to set up a claim. We will do that for our clients.
At McMullin Injury Law, we represent people who have been injured due to someone else’s negligence. When it comes to setting up insurance claims, we contact all of the insurance companies involved and establish claims for the accident. This is especially helpful in accidents involving multiple drivers, vehicles, and injuries.
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